Corpus ID: 100256765

Photodegradation of Congo Red in Aqueous Solution Utilizing ZnO/UV-A

  title={Photodegradation of Congo Red in Aqueous Solution Utilizing ZnO/UV-A},
  author={S. Kandula},
  journal={Research and Reviews: Journal of Chemistry},
  • S. Kandula
  • Published 22 September 2016
  • Chemistry
  • Research and Reviews: Journal of Chemistry
The photocatalytic corruption of Congo red in fluid arrangement was researched under UVA light at various working conditions, including illumination time, pH arrangement and band hole of MO2 (M=Ti+4 and Ce+4) and M'2O3 (M'=Al+3 and Fe+3) semiconductor bunches by UV-spectrophotometric checking. The outcomes demonstrated slight dependability of 597 nm band of CR over the pH scope of 6-7, while, it totally vanished at pH higher than 7. Greatest photograph corruption was acquired at pH 8 as an… 


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